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GALAXY's digital PWM GTX 285 breaks single GPU Vantage record

30/2800/2000MHz clocks do the trick.

Published Wed, Feb 3 2010 3:00 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT
GALAXY have today let us know about a member of world recognised overclocking group Team HK_Centralfield who has gotten hold of GALAXY's GTX-285 with digital PWM and succeeded in breaking a new world record of P17322 under Vantage for a single GPU setup.

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The system specs used for this accomplishment include a Core i7 920 processor on eVGA's X58 Classified motherboard along with some A-DATA 2200MHz memory (running at CL7-7-7-19) and a 30GB SSD from OCZ.

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Thanks to the use of LN2 cooling, The CPU was running at 4.818GHz whilst the GTX 285 was pushed up to a very impressive 930/2800/2000MHz.

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You can find more information about the result at HWBot.

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